Luxury Bathroom Vanities
Explore your options for luxury bathroom vanities, and get ready to add a high-end, attractive and efficient vanity to your bath space.
Luxury bathrooms vanities are becoming more common in homes, especially those that feature a deluxe bathroom attached to a master suite or luxurious guestroom. In addition to being great places to luxuriate in spa-like, soothing bath preparation rituals, these high-end fixtures can also significantly increase the resale value of your home.
Merge Elegance and Function
Style With Simplicity
Create a uniform and visually pleasing environment by continuing the tile from the floor to the tub. Use a blend of warm taupe and gray hues to evoke a spa-like feel. In this bathroom by Gary Lee Partners, simple cabinets in a dark finish balance the neutral-colored countertop. Large mirrors are used to reflect the light that enters this room. Photo courtesy of Tony Soluri
Apply Your Personal Touches
Before selecting a soaking tub to go with an oversized shower keep in mind the features that enhance the experience for you. Choose from therapeutic lights, rain showerheads or jets that control angles and pressure. In this design by Pepe Calderin Design the homeowners selected an overflow tub feature. Design your bathroom around your needs. Photo courtesy of Barry Grossman
Proportion and scale are essential to the success of this design. The oversized window, mirror, countertop and sink complement the proportion of the large stone slabs and tiles. Pepe Calderin Design created a well-balanced design by integrating an embellished stone with accents of a neutral-colored stone. Photo courtesy of Barry Grossman
Bathe in the Tropics
Make a Statement
A soaking tub centered in front of a beautiful view makes a strong statement. High ceilings and a large, open space complement the highly decorative design. In this bathroom by SFA Design the neutral color palette of the materials features strong, bold accents.
Focus on the Bare Essentials
Center a shower using glass as a partition for visual symmetry. For a floor plan this large, Garret Cord Werner used a monochromatic scheme, large-scale floor tiles and under-sink storage to enhance the space.
Create an Intimate Space
Adding a feature wall to a large space gives intimacy to a bath. This design by Christopher J. Grubb uses a dark-stained wood to contrast a neutral color palette. Create a seamless transition by using radiant-heated flooring from a pebble stone floor to a tile floor area. This design combined natural materials to create an oasis.
Think Green Design
In this bathroom the designer, Tina Muller from Drury Design, used smooth cabinets to dress up the under-sink storage. You can refine dark tiles by selecting sleek lighting fixtures that are energy efficient. Consider touch-activated faucets, low-flow toilets and light sensors for an eco-friendly solution.
Refine Your Bath Experience
This design by Linda Maglia uses a custom-designed mosaic tile pattern for the flooring and a repeat molding pattern to connect areas in this large space. Scale down high ceilings by using two color tones in similar hues — this creates a more personal and comfortable space.
One of the first decisions to make about a luxury bathroom vanity is whether you want it to reflect the overall style of the home—or the master bedroom, if it's attached—or to offer a style departure. Depending on the closeness of the luxury bathroom vanity to the master suite, a drastic turn away from the overall style could create a jarring visual effect. On the other hand, subtle design flourishes via vanity fixtures can add tremendous personality to a luxury bathroom, and make it feel like its own space.
Luxury bathroom vanities are available in a wide range of styles and materials, and you'll likely want to choose one that either matches the style of your bathroom precisely, or offers a slight style turn that complements the style but adds some visual distinction. High-end woods can be a great choice for luxury bathroom vanities, but you'll also be able to browse a range of other materials ranging from stone and granite to glass.
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